Cheap flights to Thailand starting for less than $300 return

Stephanie Yip 24 March 2017 NEWS

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Choose between Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi.

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With winter knocking on our doors and the rain dampening our spirits (at least in Sydney), dreaming of warmer and drier climes is on our minds.

Naturally, we're looking to tropical Asia for the answer and Thailand has flights to more than one destination going for under $400 return.

Here's where we're eyeing and for how much:

  • Bangkok from $273: The cheapest flights to Bangkok depart from Perth and fly on a mixture of Scoot and AirAsia flights in October and November.
  • Phuket from $291: The cheapest flights to Phuket depart from Perth and fly on Jetstar in October.
  • Chiang Mai from $338: The cheapest flights to Phuket depart from Perth and fly on AirAsia in Perth.
  • Krabi from $392: The cheapest flights to Phuket depart from Perth and fly on a mixture of AirAsia and Scoot flights in May.

While the cheapest flights depart from Perth there are cheap flights departing from major cities to each of these destinations available.

Book: Browse I Want That Flight for flights from your city and see which Thailand city you could discover for cheap this year.

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